Thank you to the class Reunion tour we did for our friends at Canisius High School. We picked up the group at the historic campus of Canisius High, 1180 Delaware, and proceeded to tour downtown Buffalo, the Naval Park, the marina and so much more. Our double decker bus is a great way for groups to tour Buffalo and explore Buffalo attractions.
We are proud to announce a new collaboration with the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site to provide special tours this summer. Imagine an assassin’s bullet. An unexpected inauguration. A new age begins…right here in Buffalo, NY. This summer, you will have the opportunity to retrace those eight days in September 1901, from the time when President McKinley was shot at the Pan American Exposition through the swearing in of one of our nation’s most consequential presidents-Theodore Roosevelt.
Click here for more information on dates and how to reserve tickets for these special events.
Used the double decker bus to bring 60 disco dancers to iconic Buffalo venues including city hall, Canalside and Albright Knox. Lots of fun, maybe we will do it again.
We had a wonderful time and beautiful weather showing Buffalo to students from Clarence Center Elementary School. The tour included stops at Clarence Town Hall, Niagara Square, the downtown library and a ride on the Metro rail.
Thanks to Miss Gordon for arranging this event. I hope the students learned a lot.
Buffalo Double Decker Bus joined forces with Flying Bison Brewery to offer an exclusive donated brewery tour that helped raise more than $2,000 for Make A Wish. TIm Herzog of Flying Bison created the tour route and provided the entertaining narration. We supplied the ride. Our friends from Honeywell corporation bid on the tour and all proceeds went to Make A Wish.
Thanks to our friends at Visit Buffalo Niagara for using our double decker bus to promote Buffalo's newest attractions to front line travel professionals. It was a pleasure to explore Canalside, the Outer Harbor and Hotel Henry with the group.
Thanks to the sold out audience who participated in our latest murder mystery. We appreciate you support and look forward to seeing you at future performances.
Thank you to all our guests who attended the sold our show at the Barrel Factory last night. Despite being Friday the 13th, we seemed to have very good luck with a wonderful audience.
Many thanks to all who attended the sold out premiere of our murder mystery at the Barrel Factory. Use the arrows on the left and right of the image area to scroll through the pictures.
We are proud to be partners with Explore and More Children's Museum in creating Buffalo's largest scavenger hunt. We created the clues and developed the smart phone based app that teams will use to participate in the event.
There are still spaces available for the hunt. Funds raised will benefit the Explore and More Museum being constructed in Canalside. More info is found via this link.
Buffalo Double Decker Bus Tours and Flying Bison Brewery teamed up to raise $2,100 for the local Make A Wish Foundation this week. We donated a private 'Beer's Eye View' of Buffalo tour that was auctioned-off for a winning bid of $2,100.
We are proud to support this worthy cause and extend our thanks to the winning bidder.
A silver lining to a recent rainstorm during our tour yesterday-a beautiful rainbow over our city.
Thank you Buffalo for welcoming our service to the city. Just one month into our venture, the reviews have been better than we ever expected.
So far we received a total of more than 90 Google Reviews, all of then 4 or 5 stars.
Face Book users have been generous, we have a 4.9 star rating (out of 5) with more than 90 reviews.
We're fortunate to have some travelers who use Trip Advisor. We have 30 reviews, all of them 5 star. Thank you to all our guests who have taken a moment to share their thoughts about exploring Buffalo aboard our double decker bus.
We were fortunate to invite our friends from WIVB-TV aboard our bus for a sample tour and they were kind enough to report about it on our local CBS affiliate. Many thanks to Kaylee Wendt and Jeff Helmick for telling the story, which is found here.
We are fortunate to have received coverage from our local NPR station regarding the launch of our double decker service.
The piece by WBFO can be found here. I would like to thank Edwin Viera and his colleague for taking the time to chat with us about the new venture. The picture below was taken by Mr. Viera.
A special thank you to Buffalo News reporter Mark Sommer and Photographer Bob Kirkham for sharing our inaugural ride aboard the double decker bus on July 4th. They did a great job of capturing the fun of our tour.
The article is found here. The image is from July 4th when we welcomed guests from Buffalo's Ungerground Meet-up to sample our tour.
We are proud to announce that we are going to begin offering tours starting Friday July 7th. We'll be offering three tours on Friday July 7th, Saturday July 8th and Sunday July 9th. We've been out testing the bus. In this image you'll see the bus at Wilkeson Pointe on Buffalo's Outer Harbor.
The bus looks a little plain because when this picture was taken the bus was not updated with our graphics. We'll post a picture of that as soon as the dramatic lettering is finished.
Now that our 1985 Leyland Olympian bus has arrived and actually works, we're buffing it up, cleaning it out and adding a few new items. Currently we're working on updating the dated seat covers which featured lime green accents (Yeah Baby!). Thanks to all our family members who pitched in to help us meet our July 7th goal for operations.
Now we need to register the vehicle and have it inspected. More updates as they become available. Meanwhile check out the groovy seats, man.